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coronation, obama the king. he's acting in many ways like he is anointed. all right. thank you, brian maloney. radio equalizer. appreciate you being with us. >> thank you, sean. >> sean: let not your heart be troubled. why, because greta has a great show. she's standing by to go on the record. an cowann co coulter and newt gh are among the guests. greta, take it away. >> this is a fox news alert. those are protests outside egypt's presidential palace and they're turning violent. more than 100,000 protesters clashing with police. protesters calling it their last warning to the new egyptian president. president morsi fleeing the pals in the middle of this chaos. grn record jacob lippencot is in cairo with the latest. what's going on? >> reporter: the violence tonight was relatively claim between anti-morsi protesters and police over the last few years. the crowds were huge and demonstrate once again the ability of the opposition secularists and the ruling islamists to bring out huge crowds of supporters. two days ago a peaceful islamist protest shuf shut down the supre court. it
because the mainstream media is going right along with her and the suggestion that obama and his closest people in the white house did nothing wrong in benghazi. obviously, they did. four brave and innocent americans were killed in this attack. and still, the american people are left with so many questions. and spokespersons for this incident this, tragedy, are wanting to play politics instead of being straight with the people. >> yes. and the press secretary, jay carney, is i think likewise, subject to legitimate criticism. i assume that he has access to information and for many days, maybe not 73 days, but they have done everything they could not to get the facts out. if they want to end it, it's simple, just get the facts out. quit trying to hide them. i don't understand why everyone gives them the pass except cbs and fox on that. >> exactly, gret a. that's the bottom line. just be straight with the people. that's all we expect of our government, is honesty. so that we can, as the people being served, so we can judge the decisions being made. and jay carney, just so obstinate and arro
that are going to take place right now. i mean, from the point of view of republicans, you're going to get more spending decreases if you go over the fiscal cliff than if you deal with president obama. >> greta: well, it appears to many in the city that it's politico check mate for the president. if we go over the fiscal cliff, what it means is the taxes will go up on the wealthy, the big earners. it also goes up on the middle class. i assume the middle class will look to the rawp republicans foe fact that their taxes come up so political check mate. >> i'm not so sure. president obama could avoid that very simply by putting maybe two or three to one expenditure reductions on the table for revenue increases, something like sim responsibl simpson bow. he has a formula given to him by a commission he appointed and heted that formula and presented to the republicans a program which was basically just a massive tax increase over and above the massive tax increase that's going to take place with the bush tax cuts expiring, so i don't see where there's -- he hasn't given them room to compromise. mayb
any sort of ammunition? >> i don't think the welfare state getting bigger for two reasons in obama's term. one reason is we're out of money. spent $2 trillion on obamacare. people see greece, the european crisis going on right now, and there's so much pressure to cut spending, i can't imagine a really big even new entitlements, you know, a new ira required on top of social security. i couldn't see that happening. with that said, a lot of huge. he'll have a lot of opportunities to move the progressive football down the field, but i don't see any of these -- any of these dreams coming to fruition unless the republican house is defeated in two years, paving the way for bigger plans. >> greta: john, do you see the disappointment that the president will have with liberal supporters that want this? >> one thing democrats will be encouraged by when you look at big entitle programs in the past, like social security and medicare, they've really grown over time. they started out with a small concentrated base, and through acts of congress, they became increas
. it needs leadership. >> president obama had said that he has pen in hand, he's prepared to sign the middle class tax cuts. >> i think it's important congress act now, i mean right now. >> they're still not paying they're fair share? the people working have to pay even more in order to cover the incompetent errors by the spenders over all these years. >> greta: former speaker of the house newt gingrich joins us, author of the book "victory at your town." why are you telling house republicans to, quote, get a grip? >> i think this whole fiscal cliff language is designed to maximize a sense of fear that's nonsense. the very same people, the congress and president, who invented the fiscal cliff -- this is all an invention -- could break it down into 12 foothills. there are 15 foothills, or 20 foothills. they could tackle one problem at the time. i agree with what i understand senator jeff sessions has said, and i think he'll be on your show later, this ought to be out in the open. we're rushing toward a secret deal made in secret meetings where nobody will know what's going on, and then people
to inspect. it's geneva convention compliant. president obama hats been reluctant to really create a legal system here at home that i feel comfortable with. let's leave them right where we've got them. >> greta: the president ran in 2008 on closing gitmo and signed an order on the first day in office about closing it. that hasn't happened. >> right. >> greta: is it your idea to keep this indefinitely detained? what about any sort of trial or due process. >> they're all getting trials. all of them have been to habeas judges. all of them have a right to go before a federal judge. no one is held at gitmo until they pass through an independent judiciariry. they should be tried in a military court. those who attacked us on 9/11 is not a common crime. i think they're war criminals. >> greta: why would the president want to detain them in the territory of the united states? there was a prison in illinois that was discussed. if they're going to be detained, does it make a difference where we detain them? >> i think these are not common criminals. i think they're high value terrorist targets and ke
. we know in broad terps what that agreement is going to be like. if boehner and obama could come together they could get within done in an hour but they have to worry about the left and right. that's why a lot of bluster. >> i think nancy pelosi will be key there will be a lot of defections on the republican side, nancy pelosi stays in the house she is a great whip. she has to convince a lot of democrats to vote yes. there are going to be been fit cuts, cuts to entitlement, otherwise republicans are not going to go along with any type of tax increase. >> greta: people make business decisions based on what they predict is going to happen. congress and the president have held us in abeyance for a year and a half on this issue which has stall the economy, people -- while they sit and lay their game and their vacation everything else, they've stalled the impact. >> the idea of all of the bush tax cuts going away, is a serious thing. here again, the president could win, having them all go over, that's an extraordinarily serious whether republicans take this offer from yesterd
obama has been reluctant to create a legal system here at home that i feel comfortable with, so let's leave them. >> he ran on closing gitmo in 2008. and that hasn't happened. >> right. >> is it your idea that we should keep them indefinitely detaind? what about any sort of trial or due process or anything? >> they are all getting trials down there. all of them -- have been to... habeas judges. they have a right to go before a federal judge. no one is held at gitmo without an independent judiciary. if they are going to be tried, they should be tried in military court. those who attackeddous 9/11, they are war criminals. >> if we are going to detain them, what is the difference between detaining them -- why would the president want to detain them in the territory of the united states? i know there was a prison in illinois that was discussed. if they are going to be detained, does it make a difference where we detain them? >> i think these are not common criminals. they are high-value terrorist targets, keeping them away from population centers is smart. >> why would he want want that
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